That Old Song

I don’t know much about writing English poetry. But I went with the same recipe as when writing a Czech poem. I just felt it.

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Positive Diary #26 – Having a decent job

19th January – On a super stressful day, when tasks won’t stop coming and I cannot wait to be five P. M., I love to complain. About the workload, about other teams, about my colleagues and bosses. But I tried to stop today and realize how lucky I am for working in such a decent…

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Positive Diary #25 – Meeting with friends

We have to appreciate and nurture every moment and every opportunity to see our loved ones which we get. Today, I am profoundly greateful for my friends and for being able to meet my all time favorite and oldest friend

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Positive Diary #24 – Seemingly intact nature’s cycles

When the winter came, I was carefully optimistic. After such a year of brilliant cyclic beauty of Mother Nature’s gifts, is it, maybe, possible we will get to see some snow in the winter again?

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Creamy Vegan Oatmeal with Chocolate and Raspberries

This recipe for a creamy vegan oatmeal is one of those I am profoundly proud of. I tried to take as good pictures of it as possible but trust me – the taste of this delicious oatmeal is far better than it looks!

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Positive Diary #23 – New year, new chapter, braver me

7th January – I cannot shake off this feeling, that stuck on me with the beginning of the new year, that this year will be the year. It will be a transformative year for me. I will finally start to pursue my dreams and I’m gonna throw all the fears of not being accepted as my true self away. This year, I’m…

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Positive Diary #22 – Taking chances

6th January 2021 – With the old year gone and the new one already coming into bloom, I feel like there is so many possibilities unfolding for me that it sometimes confuses me. I would like to do and achieve so many things! But when and how do I start? Two days back, I decided to do a nice dancing workout…

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3 Tips on Meaningful Christmas Gifts

This year the question of where we spend our money for Christmas gifts in feels somehow more important than in the previous years. It is mostly because we can see every day the small shops are forced to close when the bigger ones are still thriving. But there can be also another aspect; we had…

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The Ireland Trip: Public Transport in Dublin

Everyone who has ever been to Prague has to remember our sweet integrated perfect system of public transportation. For me as a person who usually traveled abroad only by car to sea or with organized school trips it wasn’t always so clear. I heard the scary stories about public transport in the US or in Newcastle from my college buddies but despite that, I still used to take the way everything works here as granted. Well, not anymore after my trip to Dublin.

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The Ireland Trip: Staying in Airbnb in Dublin

We found a perfect match on the periphery of Dublin but still on the red tram line in a quarter called Drimnagh. It was supposed to be around 30 minutes by tram from the city center and that felt completely alright for us.

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